It's not there anymore for me. Note 10+ and active 2 watch. When you have a watch, you can't even measure manually. It's so stupid. I can't find anything on the watch that lets me see it by itself and there's no explanation of what the stress levels even mean. So if it's low, my o2 is good?
I have COPD and I have to check my oxygen levels alot and it was what sold me on this phone (galaxy s 8+) I paid almost 950.00 for this phone because of that being a app in the Samsung health. I find this VERY WRONG we (Samsung loyal customers) should have been informed?? How shady, i no longer want this phone now... i believe i should be reimbursed again the ONLY reason i paid this much for a phone is for the extras that come with it smh. Bad move Samsung
@SamsungJoJo Not sure what was said that was so offensive. But as i said why would i wanna call. Would be easier just to answer here so everyone can see the answer. To where the o2 levels number wise can be found under the stress area.
I am not sure why everyone keeps getting mad and not reading other comments. When you open Samsung Health it is under the stress tab. It give heart rat and O2 reading as shown in image. This is on note 9
Because of a weak explaning - youve got more stressed people because of your 'convinient' stress measure app than before. lol
There are NO figures, according to HR and O2 as you've shown.
Only stress bar with the wording.
I now see that my "Measure Multiple" setting has been on by default - I didn't even know it was an option. It's the menu item next to the "Share" option, which is at the upper right of the screen.
I can't seem to attach the screenshots...